RMCET - Genk, qualifications

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On the Genk track the Rotax show will be staged with the weekend qualifications for all the categories present.

Warm and winding, the Genk Home Of Champions enlivened the RMCET afternoon with all the time trial attacks by the drivers present.

In DD2 the challenge for pole was temporarily won by Sebastian Janczewski author of the best lap of the day in 54.082, second position for a good Daniel Machacek for the Daems colors, third Silas Rytter (RS Competition). Niklas Graenz (42 Competition) and Mathias Lund (RS Competition) close the first five positions.

Junior MAX
In Junior the fight for the top positions is open with the pole position assigned to Kai Rillaerts (JJ Racing) with the best lap in 54.990 just + 0.010sec ahead of the British William Macintyre (Sodi Vitesse) in second place. Third time in the hands of Eliska Babickova (Tepz Racing Team), fourth and fifth position for Tim Gerhards (SP Motorsport) and Lucas Schoenmakers (JJ Racing).

Master MAX
Among the pilots of the Master, it is already war to take Genk's scepter. In the official qualifying session it was home rider Christophe Adams who took the lead with the best lap finished in 54.421, valid for pole position and useful to beat rival Slawomir Muranski (46Team) by just + 0.022sec. Top five completed by Michael Becker (RS Competition), Bruno Dos Santos and Tom Desair (GKS Lemmens Power), respectively in third, fourth and fifth position.

Micro MAX
Scott Marsh (Dan Holland Racing) is among the youngest present in Genk to snatch the pole on Friday afternoon in 1.01.392 fixed on the time trial. Virtual podium completed by Max Sadurski and Mees Houben (GKS Lemmens Power). Fourth Jake Menten, fifth Boaz Maximov.

Mini MAX
The micro is echoed by the Mini with the same spectacle for the siege of the fastest lap. Spotlights on GKS Lemmens Power driver, Reno Fernon Francot with a good best lap set at 59.144 ahead of rival Mateja Radenkovic (Bouvin Power), in second place. Taym Saleh (GKS Lemmens Power) follows in third place in front of teammate Thijmen Houben and Karel Staut (PG Motorsport), fifth.

Senior MAX
Great expectations for the richest category of the Genk weekend with the division into two groups. At the end of the combined standings, it was Mathilda Olsson (Strawberry Racing) who placed herself in front of everyone with the best time recorded in 54,332, excellent to guarantee the primacy. In second place in the second group, Sean Butcher (KR Sport) echoes Olsson but not enough to take possession of the absolute pole by closing in 54,430. Last two group poles assigned to Lachlan Robinson (KR Sport) with 54,412 on the time trial and Luca Leistra (Bouvin Power) in 54,454.

Photo: Matteo Segato

Created by: scorradengo - 07/08/20

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